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AL RECORDLANCASTER KY THURSDAY JULY 31 1902 XV3IKER IS C THEt YRJRa1rrrrssar UAILiOAI TALK The Danville I o i o tttioliclvd oil Their Arniorniui iiiivc road Iiy Iho Tail vlili A- ICoivii III1I Pull The hardest thing to do is to ac knowledge defeat especially so when what you wanted was in so easy roach While there is a slight possibility of Garrard county yctsaynig perchance yet we must confess that the pros pects of our getting the new railroad Ire slim if you please As stated in a recent issue this paper the Dan vine people were going alter the road in a business way and as also stated in these columns some tenthousand times Garrard county could get it if she wanted it For a time our people were interested but a few mossbacks who are opposed to everything that do not originate with them threw cold water on the subject and succeeded in casting a wet blanket over it which smothered out all talk This paper has printed many col umns of matter to get the question properly before the people and our continual talk has called forth some staring comment from those who know it all However we feel that we have done our part held up our end of the log and if the road is built via Danville no blame can at the door of your county paper Head the following from the Dan ville Advocate Head carefully and prayerfully then put on your cap awl see if THE lliccoui has been telling you so for the past two yearsA lucid presentation of the facts connected with the extension of the Louisville Southern to Danville was made Monday afternoon by the cum mittee which conferred with Press dent Spencer and other oilkials of the Southern Railroad System in St Lou is last week The report of the com mittee was made by Mr G W Welsh In brief the proposition of the South ern nail way Company is this If Dan ville and Boyle county provide the right of way from a point on the pres ent road in Mercer county the compa ny agrees to begin work on the exten sion thirty days after the right of way is supplied If the right of way is not provided the road will be extend ed in sonic other direction and Dan rifle will be left out in the cold The extension to Danville would mean the exchange of all freight between the Cincinnati Southern and Southern railroads at Danville this point be coming the terminus and the point at which all trains would be made up and all trains stopped both freight and passenger on both roads Some in i teresting figures and information were I L J nH all f he laid studying i e1l of Local iitrest S given out which show the importance of the project and the advantages of placing Danville on a line which will in all probability become at an early date one of the great trunk lines run ning from the Mississippi Valley to the sea coast The Southern Railway Company is now planning an early line of this kind and there is no ques ton that with the improvements al ready made on their road bed which points to an early extension the main trunk line will follow the road from St Louis to Louisville from there to Danville from Danville to the moue tains and Jeliico and from that point by roads already completed to Nor folk the sea coast shipping point of this vast system The company has already improved its road bed from St Louis to Louisville in order to pace it equipped for the great traffic which will pass over it when the com pletion of the road is made It is also preparing to expend above a million dollars on line is to carry the traffic southward and eastward from Louisville This is the line upon which Danville will be if she avails herself of this oppor tunity and which with the further extension now in view will penetrate the timber and mineral lands of the mountain country as far as Jeliico When this road is completed as there is no doubt that it will be in the near t future a tremendous saving will be effected to consumers of coal through out this section It is estimated that Danville alone will sire in the neigh borhood of 15000 annually in freight charges The benefits to the community from this extension would be the increase in population an increase in valua Lion of real estate an increase in tax able property and larger markets for farms and farm products The at this place of additional rail way employes to such numbers as would be required to transact the com panys business would almost immedi ately lead to the establishment of a j monthly pay roll of twenty to forty thousand dollars practically all of which would be spent here The acres of land near the depot which is nun owned by the Cincinnati South ern will be location for yards terminal facilities and round Danville will become the end of a division If Danville does not get the road it will go north of us ci ther through Lancaster or Nicholas ville After the subject of the extension had been fully was agreed to begin work at once soliciting scriptions A gentleman from Bur gin told the Advocate that there would in all probability be a strong tight developed in the little town against the extension of the Southern in this direction It is said that Bur gin and Lancaster will unite their 1 I which ever located residence thirty utilized as a houses discussedit subt sclcctc dHlLi- I i Chance to IMeMonef b Spending i Our Great Summer Clear once sales are now on I Day dawns for careful buyers Bright and shining facts for all the people A sunburst of bargains that will fatten the lean purse boundry of your limited means broaden and dignify the dollar bring sunshine into your life All Merchandise marked with YELLOW TAGS means a big cut in prices You should not fail to attend this sale Come early and make your selections No goods sent out on approval during this sale and CASH DOWN Logan Dry Goods Co l 1 4 I 1 JI Itt t t t t I 1 t 1 i i i YEllOYI i CLEARANCE T t I I tt t 7 J cr i enlarge the f 1 r 1 f 1 1 1e 0 7 4 4H4 41 4 4 4i i its its i t 1 i kill TA T t t WAi t nm 7 is forces and bring all the influence in their power to bear against the and in favor of extending thro Lancaster to the mountains lie said that the combination would put up a Sight that would surprise Boyle cool ty before it was over However the sentiment here seems to be strongly in favor of getting to work at once and clinching the companys proposi Jon by immediately securing the of way and closing with the otTer The general sentiment is not that Dan rifle may have but must have the road So far only three or four Boyle county parties have been seen who were opposed to the road Already subscriptions are being ton dered to the Committee and with the next issue the Advocate proposes to print the list of subscribers and from issue to issue add to the list until suc cess has been ensured The Advocate can not doubt that this opportunity will be accepted but let it be promptly by those who have the welfare of Boyle county at heart Dont forget the date of the musical treat at Mrs IlemphiUs Tuesday August 12th Fall In JcHwuiiiiiic The Knights of Pythias order at Nicholasville are arranging for an old fashioned country fair this fall Local Option IMectloii The local option election in the Buckeye precinct on the 20th result ed in a victory for the temperance people by a majority of lOG votes The driller is now down over two hundred feet and no water yet but dont despair he has seven hundred more feet of cable to use yet and he is still confident of striking water Everett the eight year old son of Dr Sandlin received a painful injury last week by falling from the top of a shed and sticking a stick in his side an operation was necessary to remove The Usual Vav This is the time of the year when the average person goes away for a change and rest and some one has facetiously remarked The railroads get the change and the hotels get the rest Open fir Concert Section No 1 of the Ladies Aid Society will give an open air concert on Mrs T C IlemphiUs lawn on the evening of August 12th The best talent in the town and county will part and an evening of pleasure promised all who attend The Childrens Day exercises at the Baptist church on last Sunday were largely attended and much enjoyed The children were will drilled and performed their part with and thoroughness Much of the success is due Miss Knapp West who has a genius for child training A nice sum was realized for the Bible fund The management of the Garrard county Elocutionary Contest to at Garrard Opera House on 21 have concluded to permit all young ladies to enter the contest up to twelve or fifteen as there are not victors enough to make the number Twenty dollars to first and five lars to second Send name and selec tion at once to F S Hughes caster Ky No niore Circuse The law passed by the Kentucky Legislature making the license for a circus SI for each 100 voters for each performance in the county where the show is given Each sideshow where separate admissions are charged must pay half as much Under the old law trained animal shows only paid a license of 5 The circus men say they will cut Kentucky out of their routes millinery IIiialiieKS Sold Danville Advocate Mrs Richard Foley who has been in the millinery business in Danville for many years has sold herstore to Miss Minnie East ham Miss Eastham has a well estab lished reputation as a milliner and trimmer and will command a good share of the citys patronage leys retirement will be generally grettcd as she has many friends and patrons Miss Eastham assumed charge Monday Broke Jail At about 830 oclock Monday even when deputy Jailer Ed Walker entered the corridor of the jail to lock the prisoners in their cells for the night Floyd Erby a white man charged with attempting to break in to the house of Mrs Mary Perciful pushed past him and jumping from the porch and over the jail fence made his escape down the Stanford pike he was closely pursued by Frank Wheeler the colored janitor at the jail who by yelling fire and police attracted Mat Siler and Dave Ross to the scene Siler fired several shots at the fugitive but he succeeded in get ting into Sweeneys ialge hemp field beyond Mrs Gills where it sible to find him Dogs were brought from Nicholasville at 10 oclock Tues day morning but so many people had joined in the pursuit that they could not find a trail Notwithstand ing jailer Ross has made every effort to apprehend him the prisoner is still at large project accepted promptness Bush Entric beheld c Lane july 313t Mrs was impos right ake Your August dot Feb ins a Still In The Uiiis We have been running a barber shop in Lancaster for eighteen years and our long experience has enabled us to know the wants of our customers If you want firstclass work call on us Shop in Garrard Hotel building tf Henry Duncan of the most enjoyable occasions of the season was a picnic given in honor of the Pleusant Hill Sunday School at the beautiful woodland of Mr Erasmus Dunn Had several nice speeches by the little girls and one very amusing foot race by two of our townsmen Mr Jake Joseph and II A B Iarksbury having eaten so much of the bountiful dinner spread on the tables prepared by the ladies of that neighborhood they coald only run a short distance A IlInt to Candidate A Kansas candidate for a county office has introduced a novel and what seems to be a very useful plan of elec tioneering In his rounds he takes with him in his buggy a competent plowman When he hails a farmer in the field the plowman takes the plow or cultivator and the work goes right on while the farmer stands in the shade of the hedge row and listens to the tale the candidate tells It works like a charm Some farmers would rather be talked to for a whole day in the shade than plod in the new field behind the implement Geological Survey W L Miller at the head of a IT S Engineering Corps was here Saturday taking preliminary bearings for a map which is being made by the V S gov ernment for geological and purposes The map will embrace about one thousand square miles of this section embracing the counties of Mercer Boyle and others it will show every housestream and point of interest in the section giving exact sea level and other and will be a valuable work The entire corps comprising eleven men will locate here in about thirty days Mercer county has placed one of her favorite sons in the field for the nom ination for Commonwealths Attorney in the person of lIon Chas A liar din whose announcement is found elsewhere in this issue Mr Hardin is a son of the late Chas A Hardi a nephew of Hon P Watt liar din He has twice been honored by the Democracy of Mercer with the office of County Attorney which he held with honor to himself and his constituents lie ranks high with the legal fraternity in Harrodsburg is gifted speaker and an indefatigable party worker an estimable gentleman and well fitted for the position to which he aspires Successful Fair The Crab Orchard Fair was a great success both in attendance and of stock There was absolutely no disorder everybody was there for a good time and they certainly had it The races proved a big drawing card and were very tine The association made a neatsum President Bronaugh and Secretary Buchanan are entitled to great praise for the splendid work they did Lancaster and Garrard sent over large delegations day Garrard was only entered in three rings and took the blue tie in each Master Ben Robinson easily won in the boy rider ring and was highly complimented on his expert horsemanship Capt Ike M Dunns celebrated twoyearold saddle stallion and George Robinsons handsome mare swept everything before them Here are two of the best in central Kentucky and they have attracted attention of horsemen all over the country millions For Extension The issue of July 19th of the and Financial Chronicle New York contains statements concerning the financial preparations now being made by the Southern Railway which ought instantly to dispel any dobts that may arise regarding the BurginJellico extension The Chroni which is the leading authority on and financial matters says of the Southern railway This company which is a consolidation of the South Carolina and Georgia RailrodCompany the Asheville and Spartar Railway Company the Carolina and Midland Railway Company and the South Caro lina and Georgia Extension Company all owned by the Southern Railway Company has made mortgage to the New York Security and Trust Com pany as trustee for an issue of fifty year four per cent gold bonds dated July 1 1902 not exceeding 18000000 Of these bonds 6260000 are reserved to retire at or before maturity and an equal amount of the underlaying divisional bonds now outstanding of the above named companies 5000000 to be used to reimburse the Southern Railway Company for the gash outlays for the previous purchase of theseveral properties The remainder of the bonds is to be used under specified for the future betterments for equipment or for extension 4000000 being specially for the construction or of a northwestern extension into and through the states of South North Carolina Virginia and Kentucky Picnic LincolnGarrard lIardln n- and position saddle animals Commercial i improvements acquisition tOne topographical information exhibition system restrictions reserved Caroling Tennessee l j Go to the open Air Concert at Mrs IlemphiUs Tuesday evening August 12 and have a good time Crab Orchard Springs Last week the above named resort was packed and jammed to its fullest capacity and more than one hundred guests were turned away Only such competent managers are Mr Willis and his noble wife could have taken care of the vast throng Since the big Fair rush the crowd has thinned out until there are only about 150 there and things are again in applepie order The fare is splendid and if you will go there and not try to drink some half dozen different mineral waters beer whisky etc and stuff your hide full of candy watermelon and other trash all at the same time you will come away feeling like a new yerson better prepared to work Now is a splendid time to go and as the new is conducting the place in a per fect manner you are sure to enjoy the trip and be greatly benefitted Religious services are conducted twice on Sunday and prayer meeting through the week by Mr Johns of Georgetown He is a Persian by birth and came to Georgetown for education as a Baptist minister Having to work his way through he secured the place of head waiter at the Springs and tills the position to the satisfaction of all Everyone is fond of him and his energy and earnestness have been highly praised JUDGE HUGHES TRIP Lancaster Ky July 29 1902 Editor the benefit of our friends you will please publish a few more statements in reference to my trip to the Northwest Whit there is a diversity of soil climate and pursuits in that great country it goes without saying that farming is the chief occupation and the large crops and the fertile soil are drawing many thousands Twen tyfive to 40 bushels of wheat is hary ested on land that cost from 7 to 15 per acre But the country will soon be thickly settled and as population makes value these lands will soon be worth from 840 to SCO per acre Farmers have crops of wheat from 1000 to 4000 acres and the combined reaper and thresher is a wonderful Twenty horses are used in running it and the grain is cut threshed and sacked at the same time The expense of binding shocking and stacking is avoided Some of these machines are run by steam and cost 7000 Beside wheat rye oats aud barley fruit is abundantly cultivated but the nights are too cool for corn and management RecordFor to thatsection ranging ma pine hemp and tobacco are not cultivated They have a bunch grass which keeps used as hay in the winter Most of the people are cultured af fable and hospitable There are no colored people and Japs and China men are the laborers as a rUle Wages for male labor is 2 per day and house servants females receive from 3 to 85 per week There are plenty of churches and preachers The people are certainly more patri otic than we are The fourth of July was celebrated in all their principal towns Horse and foot races Brooch busting music oratory tireworks and many other methods were employ ed to give vent to their patriotism We wore heavy overcoats during the fourth and fires were comfortable One penitentiary in Southeast Wash ington the fact that in summerthe winds from the Southwest are cold as they come over the snowcapped peaks of the Cascade range while hot winds come from the Northeast and have on one or two occasions destroyed the wheat crop though this seldom oc curs only about live hours darkness in 24 in this section Total darkness does not come until 930 and greyeyed morn begins to peep at 230 a m This likely occurs from the fact that the circumference of the earth is less there and the rays of the sun are not so soon obstructed There are many beautiful scenes but a full moon promenading through the star gemmed heavens and shedding its light through the rare atmosphere was the most beautiful we ever be heldLerving the beautiful Spokane Falls were grand wonderful and beyond description We were in wonder and admiration while beholding their falling and foaming and spraying and a force that furnishes power to light the beautiful city of Spokane and propel the wheels in several large plants Many hallowed remi niscences and fond recollections are connected with the journey but as an old schrub cannot be successfully transplanted I will remain during the few more years that are allotted me in my native state where the hand of Omniscience bestowed such lavish and beautiful gifts The distance traveled round trip was 4885 miles by L N to Louis vilee the Monon to Chicago the North Western to bt Paul and the Northern Pacific railroad to The connection time scenery i and service all conspire to make it the best route to that country Very Res pectfully M D HUGHES s grazing Thereare sublime lost surging with manufacturing plas- tIC Washington silver C THERE IS MONEY IN HAY BALING LIGHTNING 0 HayPresses S Are sold by us on easy terms fourpay 0 inent contract We Q know of parties who are clearing from two to three hundred dol 0 lars one season 0 o 0 0 0 00 A 0 00 ao 0 t 2 t o 2 o o bo 0in 0 roJ R lIaselden QA oeooo o A A0G 0 r O 0 U 0Oo A 0 A 0 A 4 0 o o C JABEAZLEYCO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 D L DAVIDSON j 0 Attorney At Law Q Life insurance policies bought Q for cash or loaned on for sums T of S500 and upward V t tto o f 00000000000 I 00000 Oeti 0 0000 Wear Cool Clothing II0 Iell nrnrnrnrnrnmm nnnnrnrnrnrnrnrnrnrnr a rnrnrnrnrnnmm rnrnrnrnrnrmnrnrnr We have just received a new line of Negligee Shirts and Shirt Waists the very latest patterns on the market Call and see them We are showing swell lines in Mens Hosiery and Neckwear See our Hot Weather Suits in Crashes and Flannels they are cool and just what you need this hot weather We also have a nice line of unlined Serge Coats and Vests in black and blues If you feel hot and uncomfortable call on us and we will put clothes on you that will make you cool keep you cool a a I r r and J Th e One Price Clothier and Furnisher I I Logan I iU o HTt Js a Can Save Money For You I rmgHlgJf1 ilf1fi1 m ffiil lIDii IE m o 1 p 0 0 kp Lw 0p0000 O OC OCOOOOOOOG O O nO0 lye When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICK ORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and best selection of SUR PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster also have a fine lot of Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hame Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc as well as a splendid assortment of Buggy Harness These goods were bought right and we can save you money Come and see us and we will prove this to be a fact km be o 0 0 0 0 0 0 gm 8frlJf g J 1 0 0 RILE S 0 o- We Wagon 0 0Y0 0 0 E3 0 0 F 0- o ooooo0000000 00000 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the 1nst Office Lancaster SecondClass Mall Matter Lancaster Ky July 31 1902 A CITY vcnsboro Throws Open Her Door to the Kentucky Editors A Delightful Visit It was our good fortune to spend a couple of days in the hustling upto theminutc enterprising city of Ow ensboro last week with the Kentucky Tress Association It is customary fur the rural roosters to come home and proceed to brush all the cobwebs from the sky in an effort to praise the town which has suffered the Associa lion within its limits but this was so full of genuine old fashion ioned loving hospitality that the edi tors will speak earnestly when they tell their readers of the lovely manner in which they were treated by the Ow ensboro people We have never a town where all the people were as enthusiastic where good fellowship prevailed so universally and where the old cut and dried welcome was more completely done away with than was on this visit Its no use to take up time telling all this for our read know that one square meal generally gets a pull from the country editorand they might think we are now paying up for the wining and dining we got last week But to the point Owens boro is situated on the Ohio river has several railroads and the two furnish the best transportation facilities to be had in any Kentucky town The streets are broad and neatly with asphalt A splendid system of water works electric lights and service are among the many The manufacturing inter ests are the leading features Wagons and buggies are manufactured and shipped to all parts of the world the many distilleries make an excellent grade of whisky some of which has a worldwide reputation and many turn out work that is shipped parts of the country The that impressed us most favorably the broad welcome extended to and people to locate in the town We didnt see a sign of along this line and the open hearted enterprising encouraging manner of the people all of them at once make the impression that you are wanted in Owensboro if you will hustle are a gentleman and will not knock terprises are encouraged there cause a man has no money he is not looked upon as a yellow dog by those who are in a position to assist him They lend assistance to a worthy and if a man has any gitup andgit in himthey will stand by him The moneyed men all invest stuff in Owensboro enterprises and the gold brick foreigner is soon given to understand that he must waltz to the rear and sit down If every town had this same spirit the entire state would soon come to the front rank where her natural resources testify that she should be now One of the most enjoyable features of the occasion was the address of C P Breckinridge Here is a man whom even his enemies will has more brains than any ten of the socalled big men of the day IIis talk did more good for the than anything the committee lias had on the program In recent years Pull of sound advice as to how to treat people how to avoid trouble to live up to the oft quoted Do Unto Others As You Would Have Others Do Unto You replete with flights of oratory that come only from his silver tongue the boys were completely away Full ten thousand people heard the address and during the hour and thirty minutes the vast as semblage sat without the least sign of restlessness or fatigue The boys are deeply indebted to the big hearted Colonel for the talk and if he wants anything from the members of the d 1 in Ky as TIIRiV ING meeting streetcar factories enterprises mossback ism enterprise admit Association carried l visited pave conveniences tall i EL B the Co- W all he has to do is to ask banquet a burgoo trolley rides drives about the city a brilliant re ception by lIon Griffith and wife and many other social features kept the boys on the go and the visit was one continual round of pleasure from arrival until the departure of the special Wednesday night The press boys will never forget their and if Owensboro wants from the newspapers of the state all she has to do is to say what it is The members that is all who could get away left at 11 oclock Wednesday night on a special train for a trip through the lake regions and will be gone about ten days We could lilt this page with praises of the city and its many advantages its many profitable ways for invest ment of capital its charming social features its beautiful women its open door to enterprises and manufactories its ten thousand other good pointsbut will wind up by saying that if you want to locate in a town where your good points will be appreciated where you will be given the glad hand by rich and poor alike where you will not have to have money before your opinion is considered go to Owensbo ro There you will be made to feel at home you will not have to toady to every swelledup rich man in order to be something in plain words your ability will not be measured by your bank account and you will be given a chance to get on foot in a business way and go through life happy and contented The Association is under further obligations to the old reliable Louis ville Henderson and St Louis Rail way familiarly called the Henderson Route for the handsome courtesies extended That hustler among and prince of good fellows Mr Geo L Garrett the traveling passen ger agent put forth every effort to make the railroad part of the trip and that lie succeeded was testified to by the many compliments showered upon the road by the party Handsome new coaches were in readi ness at Louisville and the party had full possession of the entire train The Henderson Route is one of the most all the way to Henderson the track is perfect and the coaches elegant and comfortable This is the leading line to St Louis and the bulk of travel goes thatway it being the most route It was our good fortune to spend a time with our old friend Mr W M Bo many Lancaster friends will be glad to hear has a splendid position Editor Albright of the Mt Verso Signal was at the meeting He was married Monday morning and the CAETERSYILLE There was a large crowd gathered the church Sunday and were badly disappointed as Rev Sprinkles did not come Mr Wm Gill returned Sunday from a visit to his home in London Quite a large crowd attended the drens day at Miss Jennie Wallaces school at this place Saturday Miss Pearl Baker returned to her home Berea Sunday who has been visiting Mrs Montgomery Mrs H Green spent Sunday with Mrs J T Sowders B Carter attended the Crab Orchard Fair Thursday Mr Charlie Baker and family visited Mrs EdSmith Sunday Born to the wife of Mr Lee Hall a 11 Ib baby all are doing well Mr II 1C Young who has been em ployed by Carter and Johnson has re turned to Barbourville Rev F P Bryant filled his appointment Sunday at Tyrone Mr Hutchins and family from Millgrove spent Sunday at the oil well Mr Jim Coy and family of Kirksville spent Sunday with their sister Mrs Jennie Perkins Mrs Tankersley who has been very ill is some better at this writing 1 iy itA T reception hustlers folsdi- rect Dee W C Mr J l r Jdslt anything enjoyable gaita chi a 1 r M CYLCONES are SWEEPING the COUNTRY INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS We give a splendid policy at a very small cost DONT PUT IT OFF TOO LONG R KINNAIRD Lancaster Ky IXGl r r l7fiJJj7l J0JlJJJiJfffJlJ 1X I l 0WlfZtJl0yiff lJrliJr YjJJ 0 l i i I51 l m 7If1flf fjJijJ ljj 0ZfiL j0l5fJl01fj10 fiiiJl1lfCiitJiliJ C 1 1rY r BOURNE Joel Marsee sold to Johnson Speakes one sow and pigs for 28 Mrs Marie Thomas of Lancaster visited Mrs Jonah Marsee Saturday and Sunday J T Upton and wife of Falconer visited Mr and MrsJob Mar see last week Noah Marsee and sister Miss Lucy and Miss Lula Scott attended the fair at Crab Orchard last week Sam Morford and family of Buckeye spent Sunday with J E Sherrow and family Lilburn Ray visited friends at Buckeye of last week Miss Fannie Jackson spent Sunday with Miss Bertha Ham Clayton Marsee visited at Iliatts villc last week Mrs John Marsee and daughter Lucile spent Sunday wi th M rs Louise Marsee Messrs oe and John Turner of Hiattsville were visitors here Saturday and Sunday A number of our farmers attended court in your city Monday BRYANTS VILLE J X Dunn is in New Mexico Mrs Johnson is visiting relatives in Ander son comity Mrs Badger of Florida will arrive the first of August to be the guest of J B Leavel and family Mrs Nannie Ballard and children and Mrs Mary Ann Bess spent one day last week with Mrs J X Dunn Wade Lee Marct is in Campbcllsvillc visiting relatives Mrs Haselden visited rela tives in Danville last Hannah Sweeney is visiting relatives here Mrs Atha Dunn entertained Mr and Mrs Woollord and children from Lexington last week A num ber from here attended the camp meeting ot High Bridge Sunday Miss Jennie Gulley will begin school here next Wednesday Aug 4th Rev Jackson will till his appointment at the M E Church Sunday Rev Garrison called on Clint Armstrong Sunday afternoon Rev Garrison will take a vacation the month of August and there will be no services at the Grove in the afternoon as usual but there will be Sunday School at half past nine in the morning during the month of August BUENA VISTA A series of meetings will begin at Browns Chapel Aug 12 Will Scott sold his crop of wheat to Thos Lear for 75c yield was an average of 23 bu to the acre W P Ruble bought 8 sheep at 350 per head also 85 sheep at 175 per headWm Christopher has sold 35 hogs to- W P Ruble price 075 per hundred Isaiah Shearer sold to P Ruble 25 hogs at 700 per hundred Will Scott sold one fat heifer 800 Ibs for 3 75 per hundred also bought of Jim Cook 2 yearlings for 38 Will Baker from near Versailles was the guest of J B Robinson His wife who had been visiting here accompanied him home Mrs Mary Spillman and granddaughter Miss Bessie Bolton spent part of last week with relatives in Mercer Miss Addie Smith of Lexington and Eleanor Brogle of Nicholasville were guests of Mrs Wm Christopher last Tuesday Misses Mary and Fannie Tomlinson went to Valley View last week Mr James Poor and family of Mercer visited at R II Hackleys and J B Robinsons last week Mrs J B Robinson who has been quite ill with flux is improving Mr Lewis Brown from near Nicholasville visited rela tives here last week PAINT LICK In behalf of the New York Life Insurance Company Mrs Pattie A Engleman wishes to state that the company settled with her at the expiration of sixty days after the proofs were sent in on the policy 2000 she held on the life of her C B Engleman Misses Mary and Katie Beazley two charming young ladies of are the guests of their brother R N Beazley Mr John W Parks attended the Crab Orchard Fair and brought back the blue ribbon on his pair mules Mrs Lizzie Adams and sons Lytle and Jack of Mt Vernon were the guests of her sister Mrs Jack Adams this week Mr and Mrs S II Blount spent a few days last week with relatives at the McCollum House Junc tion City Miss Mary B Hundley re turned to her home in Stanford much to the regret of her many friends here Miss Katie Ely is visiting her sis ter Miss Ada Ely in Peoblis Ohio Misses Callie Adams and Mattie Terrill of Richmond spent Sunday at the Hotel Joe Haselden the New York Life Insurance man Is at the Hotel again this week We think there is other attractions for him however Mrs N B Smith of Inverness Florida is the guest of her parents Rev and Mrs Wm Young a part weekMrs This W weighing Sunday Providence fort husband oft Veranda ills e at FLATWOODS W H Furr Bought 1500 bundles of oats from Jim Miller for 150 a hun tired Rev Reeves will preach at Good lope next Sunday at 11 a m Lon McQuerry reports a daughter at his house Hugh Ball has moved into the house with his father The protracted meeting is still pro grossing nicely at Lawsons Chapel C Me Furr has returned to his farm in Indiana after a visit of nearly two weeks to his father of this neighborhood visited the Crab Orchard Fair last week Miss Virgie Worrel has begun her school Goshen MANSE The Ladies Missionary Society will meet Friday August 1st at the church The Stony Point Sunday school pic nic was a very successful affair the exercises were interesting and a very abundant dinner was spread A number of people from this vicin ity attended the Crab Orchaird fair and report a good fair Rey George Sheppard who was pas tor of Mt Tabor church last year will preach at that place Sunday three oclock All are cordially in vited Every one remembers that it is a treat to hear Bro Shepperd Born to the wife of Jasper Bogie a fine boy Miss Georgia Dunn of Marksbury has been the guest of relatives here Miss Violet Preston who has been the guest of Miss Mamie Ramsey of Paint Lick has returned to her beautiful home in Louisville Miss Bessie Johnson of Lebanon has been Miss Florence Burnside Amongst the charming visitors who were at our church Sunday was Miss Ellene IIi att of Winchester and Miss Mary No el of Danville Walter Walker of Stanford was with the home folk Miss Jennie Higgins who teaching at Pleasant Grove was at home from Friday till Monday Miss Panthea Royston who is attend ing school at Bowling Green is home this week MT HEBRON G Grow sold to Mr Sweeney Morgan his farm price 1500 and bought Mr Price Suttohs farm for same money Messrs Roberts and Hill of Jessa mine bought two mules from Steven Vauderpool prices 90 and 110 Master Ilulbert Lawson was enough to get one of his cut oil Friday A series of meetings will begin at Mt Hebron the second Sunday in Aug Born to the wife of Mr Wm Ilum phrey a girl on the 24th inst Also to the wife of Mr Ed Adams a girl Miss Lavenah Montgomery is con valescing Mr Edgar Duncan enter tamed a number of friends at a Tuesday evening Mr and Bruner of Jessamine visited Mr Isaac Barker and wife last week Mrs Mitchell of Stone and Mrs Anderson of Cynthiana were the of Mrs N T Grow last Tuesday Miss Ella Wills spent from Friday until Sunday with her mother near Mrs Rosa Ison spent last week with her uncle Mr W D Scott Mrs Woolford of Lexington is the guest of her Mrs J B Bourne Mr Willie Vanderpool and sister Miss Alice attended the Crab Orchard Fair and visited relatives in Lincoln last week Misses Lena and Jennie Rogers and Mrs J A Clark of Danville were the guests of Miss A E from Saturday until Monday Miss Una Montgomery spending the week with Philip near Mc Creary Mr Lish Scott and wife were the guests of Mr Steven pool and family Sunday rt mothers Several Presbyterian afternoon- at visiting expected Mr G tun ate socials r t Sunday i th toe Scot a If Advice for YOHUK We clip the following from an ex change to which we say amen and amen It is as easy to be a rich man as a poor one Half the energy displayed in keeping ahead that is required to catch up when behind would save credit give more time toattend to business and to the profit and reputation of those who work for gain If you promise to meet man or to do a thing at a certain be ready at the appointed time you go in business attend promptly to matters on hand then as promptly go about your own business Do not stop to tell stories in business hours If you have a place of business be found there when No man can get rich by around stoves Have order system regularity promptness and liberality Do not meddle with business you know nothing of never buy an article you it is cheap and the man who sells it will take it out in trade Trade is money Strive to avoid harsh words and not kick every stone in the path more miles can be made in a day by go ing steadily on than by stopping to kick Pay as you go A man of honor respects his word as he does his bond Aid but never beg Help others when you can but never give what you can not afford to simply because it is fasli ionable Learn to say no No necess ity for snapping it out in dogfashion but say it firmly respectfully Have but few confidants and the fewer the better Use your own brains rather than those of others Learn to think and act for yourself Be vigilant Keep ahead rather than behind the time Cut this out and if there be folly in the argument let us know Louisville Tobacco Market Farmers Home Journal Total sales in this market last week were against 2070 hhds on week of last year Total receipts last week 575J hhds against 2522 hhds for corresponding week last year Rejections last week were 457 hhds 18 per cent of the sales against 22 per cent for precc ding week Of the total sales 2577 hhds were Burley and 791 were Dark tobacco The improvement noted in the Burley market last week has been fairly well maintained this week The offerings have been large for the time of year Wednesdays break contain ed over 1000 hogsheads and Thurs days nearly 900 In the offerings was a rather larger proportion of good and the report of sales will show a good many hogsheads at good prices for this year The Harry Weissinger Tobacco Company got one cigarette wrapper hogshead at 2900 All grades of colory kinds are still high The low The French buyers are strong bidders on types suitable to their wants up to S The grade that seems to have lost most heavily in the last few months is the short red tips Early in the season these were quite high but for some weeks past they have shown a weakening tendencyand now sell from 1 to 2 lower than they did early in the spring Dark tobacco is unchanged The lugs and trash sell well and the leaf low Reports from the growing crop indicate a short crop in the dark district and not a full acreage in the Burley The condition is not as flattering as could be wished The planting in many places was late and it did not grow off readily conse quently the crop is backward Only very seasonable weather from now on will prevent a very considerable short age Kodol Dyspepsia Digests what you eat wanted standing do not need just because personalities- Do 3368 hhds auction- S leaf- e relatives Curer moment Corresponding LEXINGTON I ELKS FAIB- AUfcliMCLUSVE II IIFAIII81ID RIfOTHlR AffRRGTlVC Nora ftAruRr PNlIYIYfYSAnosIJ fYF8YBODYIs GATALOGUB QN APPLICATION PSEHIHAIW flow RgNDY REDUCED 1 The season has arrived for Painting and Papering S 4 Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc Handsomest lisle of WALL PAPERS we have ever shown I I Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc J McRoberts Drug Store We have all kinds of Paintsforall kinds of purposes We can supply your every want in the Paint line at the very lowest prices possible House Paint Wagon Paint Floor Paint Linseed Oil Varnish Carriage Paint Roof White Lead Turpentine Stain We have all the essentials for house cleaning Chamois Sponges White Wash Brushes Amonia Disin fectants and Sure Kill Bed bug poison FRISBIFS MUG STORE on constipation by agitating bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute natural functions Unnat ural agitation caused cathartics y compels gcontinual and increasing doses to 5 attain results acts cn the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE S 0000 OGO 0 o e PAINT io e 1 0 0 o io o 0 000101 O S O 1 t P S They temporarily illS the e11tit I Ii 000 OGOGOOOCP O G OC OcO O O 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 G 0 0 o Pinto 0 Oy 0 0 ry t0 0 0 0c 0 coo oeocoY cooa44 pure1L ake s by g re4 LI1 Inter- mitting m Louisville Henderson Louts Railway I and t Homeseekers ExcursionsA- T LOW RATES TO THE ThirdTuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Rates to theAlso Low Colonist One Northwest and California For Further Information Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agent Genl Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY tIt Way Points WESTon LOCAL TIMETABLES 0Southbnd Mixed leaves Lancaster 1105 A st Northbnd Mixed SrSSijr North n J Tassgr 1211 A M 211 A1 Southbnd Queen Crescent Time Card 2 t C PASSES DANVILLK NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday G09 nm Number C Daily Stop 133 pm Number 4 Does Not Stop SzSCnm- Numher3 stops when pm Number docent stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at i iil am SOUTH BOCX9 Number 1 when tinged llrtSa Number 5 pmNumber 4H Dally 11 12 ant WORTH SG750 FREE to the Beginning August 6 with every 100 paid for merchandise at 1113 store I will give a ballot on which to vote what Farmer shall receive this wagon The ballots will be deposited in a locked ballot box this box will be opened once each week and the votes counted by a special committee of well known The vote will be published in this space each week so that you can know your candidates chances The vote will close Dec 24 1902 The wagon will be presented Xmas day to the Farmer having most votes For particulars IF1 ria i r9 A stuaebaker Farm Wagon CVEN I Most in Garraro County x FOSTLEwtf I g 1 f PauIa a men seer Gossip About People N N N A Brier Mention cf the Comings and Goings by Those We Arc Interested In Senator Farris is at home this week Jailer Fitzgerald of Danville was over Monday T C Ilueker of Ford is with his pa rents this week Mrs las Sympson is visiting relatives in Casey County 1 C Robinson is recuperating at Dripping Springs 11 IT Batsonis atCrab OrchardSprings for several weeks Mr T L Bronddus is at Slate Lick Springs this week W S Ferguson came down from Covington Monday Mr Dennie Foley spent the day with Mr and Mrs N Miller Miss Bessie Johnston of Lebauon is visiting Miss Florence Burnside Mrs Emma Gregory and daughter have taken rooms at Walters James Gritln of Lexington was mingling with friends here last week J C Ilcmphill has been at the Crab Orchard Springs for eight or ten days Mrs Frazee and daughter of Mays ville are guests of Mrs II C Jennings Judge lion R C and Sam Owsley were here Rev J E Wolford has returned from a business trip to Louisville Mrs 11 C Warren of Stanford is the guest of her sister Miss Jennie Dun can Miss Nan Wcaren of Lexington has returned after a few days visit to rel atives THIett was the guest of her sister Mrs King in Bursrin last Sunday Mr Walter Brown brother of Mrs Wm George died at Bristol Tennes see J nly Noel has returned from iree weeks stay with her mother in Danville Rev T II Campbell of Brookland Maryland is a welcome visitor again Miss Pearl Hill is spending several weeks in Danville with her cousin Daisy Collier Ed Walton of the Interior Journal was mingling with the court day crowd Monday Mrs Victor Lear entertained in lion I have on hand some I pretty Haviland Sets I will be pleased to f show and price you a 0 beautiful Gold band I dinner set and Havi land If you are think f ing of buying call ats L my store II AI Ballon I i Dr C Saulley Saturday Sallie S Lillie ill Lancaster ir i I t- I T 0 Sunday Mrs I k r M Warren Monday r 4 Miss r tffss i r 1 1 FI kr 1 1 d r I at i i i or of Misses James and Wearen evening Iron Robert Harding of Danville was over Ionday shaking hands with the good people Mr David Geiger was called to Ash land Ky Monday by the serious ill tress of his father Dr Burnett and R E McRoberts spent several days of last week at Dripping Springs David White had the first home grown watermelons of the season on the streets Monday Mrs Carr and daughter of Lexing ton were the guests of Miss Olivia Sweeney last week Mrs Dillion and Misspell Spent the day Monday with Mrs Joe Elsener on Richmond avenue Mr and Mrs Millard Herring of Mc Kinney are visiting relatives in Lan caster and vicinity Miss Fannie Austin and Mr D Tur ner were out to call on Mrs Joe Else ner Sunday evening lIon J Thai Grimes of Harrodsburg the youngest Mayor in the State was in town Monday Miss Louise Farris has returned from a weeks visit to Mrs Charlie in Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs W K Shugars left Sat urday for McKinney to visit her par ents Mr and Mrs Tanner Mrs James Collier and little daugh ter Elizabeth spent Sunday in with Charles Collier Messers IT T Logan Bob West and Jim Smith have returned from a weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs Rev A R Moore is broth er at NorlhMiddlctown this week but will fill his pulpit next Sunday Mr James West formerly of this county son of Benonie West flied at his residence near Perry ville July 20 Mrs Williams Mrs J E Wolfords mother who was kicked by a horse is improving although quite a sufferer Mrs E Renaker and children Mary Lucile and Wharton of Winchester are visiting J 3 Thompson and fam ilyWill of Lexington was here this week he is connected with a wholesale grocery house in Lexing ton Misses Kit Mason and Mattie Mae Robinson will swell the number of Bluegrass beauties at the Hustonville fairCharles A Hardin E M Hardin J M Board and Chas Adams of Har rodsburg were among the court day visitorsMrs Charles Norris and children Edwin and llattie of Frankfort are the guests of Mrs Geo T Farris for a few days Mrs Goss and daughter have re turned to their home in Cincinnati after several weeks stay with Mrs Miss Lena Rigney will have for her guests this week Misses Georgia Mc Neil and Hattie Stidley of Canton IllinoisThe Lancaster base ball team will cross bats with the Hustonville team at that place on Wednesday the first day of the fair Mrs Lucy Terrill Maupin of near Kingston Madison county is visiting the family of her cousin F J White Richmond street Bennie Robinson got the premium for the best boy rider under fifteen years old at the Crab Orchard fair ten dollar saddle Miss Christine Bradley Altie and Bessie Marksbury have returned from Crab Orchard Springs also James Smith and Billy Burton Misses Margaret and Nan Denton James have returned to their homes in Lexington after a delightful visit to Mrs James I Hamilton Miss Claudie Peters has resigned her position as teacher in the Graded School accepting one in Hindman Knott county for the ensuing year Mr Henry Boyle and family of were guests last week of Mr and Mrs R Boyle Henry has a luc rative position in the railroad service I I Singleton Cincinnati visitinghis Woolfolk Zimmer Cincinnati Wednesday Miss Hattie Robertson is the guest of Mrs Jennie West she has a nice position in Cynthiana but says she had much rather be back in Lancas terMrs Armp Elkin and daughter Miss Bessie of Louisville and Mrs P T Simmons of coun ty are visiting the family of Squire Sam Johnson Richmond avenue Miss Katie Hood of Junction City has the following young ladies com posing a house party Misses Gertrude Noel Jesse Doty and Mary Thomp son Louis Landram and wife are spend ing a few days at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Landrams health has not been the best but she has rapidly improvedWill and family of Ala and Tom Eason and family of Danville were guests of Mrs Eliza Eas on last week Will Eason is Asst yardmaster for the Southern R R at Birmingham and Tom is still in the Railway Mail service About thirty of the young people meet at the home of Dr Walter Tues day evening in response to the invita tion of Mrs J F Lear to meet Miss Gcorgett Miller of Circleville O games were engaged on the lawn until 10 oclock when all re paired to the dining room where de licious refreshments were served For Coiiinionivealtli Attorney- We are authorized to announce Chan A Hard in lisa candidate before the Democratic party Commonwealth Attorney of this the thirteenth Judicial District Democratic Committee The members of the Election Com mittee of the 13th Judicial District of Kentucky will convene at the Court House in the city of Danville Ky Saturday Aug 9th 1902 at 10 oclock a m for the purpose of determining the time and manner of nominating a Democratic candidate for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney for said District July 25th 1902 R C Warren Chairman tf 13th Judicial District of Ky State Sunday School Convention The following card has to the members of the State Sunday School Convention by the general sec retary E A Fox and county secreta ry J N Denny urges that members take noticeLouisville Ky July 11 1902 Dear is now time to be gin work in earnest for our State Con vention which meets at Ilopkinsville Aug 19 20 21 I am happy to state that the Railroads have granted one fare for the round trip Each school is entitled to one dele gate for every 100 enrolled or fraction thereof and the county to ten at large Delegates will be entertained free Please publish the above facts in the next issue of your local papers and do all you can to work up a good from your county Sincere ly E A Fox General Secy Strikes Home No one who is not doing it all the time knows the amount of physical la bor and the many steps required to get even a comparatively simple din ner That is to say nothing about clearing up after it which is another matter Then to get a dinner and try to set down to it with guests doubles the labor It is much easier for the maid who serves it clears up things as she goes along and then quietly eats her dinner later and doesnot mix with her efforts to have everything properly served and attempt to say the right thing at the right moment to each of her guests It has been said corded as a strange fact that the great cooks are always men and cooking is supposed to be particularly in womans sphere One very good reason for this failure in women to reach the highest places is that the great cook adds trt his other abilities that of strength and it is an essential requirement The best cordon bleu without it cannot equal him Exchange Hustling for the State fair Louisville Ky July 22 The Ken tucky State Fair association has de cided to send representatives to each of the county fairs held in Kentucky this summer with the view of secur ing the best of the exhibits and of arousing local interest in the state fair The railroad passenger committee representing all the lines entering Louisville at a meeting on Saturday decided to recommend to the general passenger agents the following liberal concessions on account of the state fairA special ticket from points in Ken tucky to have an entrance coupon to the fair attached and to go on vale at one fare plus 50 cents for the round trip on September 20 to 27 inclusive good returning until September 29 From Indiana points one fare for the round trip to be on sale September 20 22 25 and 27 good returning until 29 Indiana tickets not to have special entrance coupons These rates are recommended from all points in Kentucky and from Ind on the Southern Bloomington Ind on the Columbus Ind on the Pennsylvania Osgooh Ind on the B O S W and Greensburg Ind on the Big Four Tile Jersey Bulletin one of the lead ing cattle papers of the country in its last issue states that the Jersey premiums offered by the Kentucky state fair are the largest that have yet come to the notice of that journal This is also true of the Shorthorn premiums I I I Madison Birmingham Outdoor spacious I I been sent out FriendIt This Princeton Monon I J Kirksvilie attendance andre September R ATLANTIC C1TV IS Via tin Chesapeake Ohio Railway Thursday August 14 The last excursion of the season wilt be run to Atlantic City from Lexing ton andCentral Kentucky pointsThurs day Aug 14 via the Chesapeake Ohio Railway and Washington D C The round trip rate will be 14 from Lexington Winchester and Mt Ster ling and correspondingly low rates will be made from other Central Ken tucky points Tickets will be good returning 12 days from date of sale and will per mit stopovers at Philadelphia and Washington on the return trip Through sleepers will be run from Lexington for which the berth rate will be S4 This excursion will permit a visit to New York at very little expense Atlantic City is the largest resort on the Atlantic coast and a great varie ty of recreation and amusement can be found there together with the best hotel accommodations to be had Full information and sleeping car reservations will be made on applica tion to Geo W Barney Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky IAAAAAAAAAIIAAAAAAAIAA A A TT T TT Business and Bargains See the fancy hose at Josephs Lace mits and gloves at Josephs Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs New stock of late books at Thomp The best the lightest and the strongest is the Capital wagon sold by Gaines Bros New line of summer dimmitics at Josephs N All the atFrisbies drug store We are head quarters for celebrated Victor Rubber tires W J Romans See the dotted swiss curtains and lace curtains at Josephs House cleaners everything needed at Frisbies You can get your carriage work promptly done at W J Romans We pay the highest price for coun try produce either in cash or groce ries Currey Davidson Ask farmers that have used fertilizer and you will try it Gaines Bros will sell you any amount Parties desiring using registered Jersey bull see R E McRoberts Buy International Stock and Poul try food to keep your stock in good condition Sold only by Currey To die Democracy of the 13th Judicial District I am a candidate for the nomination for tne jUdgeship of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky composed of the counties of Boyle Garrard Lincoln MercerM Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs V You get true weights and heaping measure at Currey Davidsons To get good results from the wheat you sow use Reeds fertilizer Sold cheap by Gaines Bros All kind of fancy trimmings spring and summer gowns Joseplrs We put on the Victor Rubber tire All the best manufacturers use this tire W J Romans Closing out our stock of Hammocks at cost Thompson Hemp Reapers Corn Harvesters and Corn Shockers sold by Gaines Bros We sell the best and freshest groce ries at the lowest prices Try us and see if we dont Currey Davidson Foundation rock Blue Limestone the very best thickness R L Elkin tf If you want the most stylish dress goods ribbons trimmings etc go Joseph You will get the best We put off no old stock on you You should see our line of parasols They are the prettiest most stylish ever shown in Lancuster All the la test shades J Joseph my pasture four miles from Lancaster on the new Danville pike a black mare about 15 hands high in good condition Has a raw place on forehead rubbed by brow band of bridle Suitable reward will be paid for information or her return to me J H Bourne July 31 tf Strayed or Stolen Black Poland China Boar weight about 200 Ibs with four white feet white on end of tail white face on July 7 was not marked Any one delivering same to me will receive a reward of 500 B Ramsey JrPaint Lick july316t We are the people if you want the best goods for the least Our long stay in Lancaster suffi cient that we deal on the and treat all alike J X nSION I 1 it son I leadinhMana nes 1 get ore Democratic at For Sale qualitYany to J STOLENFrom Joseph d l duo C Davidson UFLE1 C C lost money isproof Your ground dont get to weedy too the first plow made pulverizes the soil so as to save farmer 5 per cent of the harrow for sale Gaines Bros Ed C Gaines tells us besides hand ling Corn Harvesters this season they will handle a corn shocker made only by Deering Harvesting Co and sold only by Gaines Bros Capacity of this machine for one man 50 to 75 shocks per day also does its own tieing Our stock of slippers and shoes can not be surpassed We can give you the best the market affords for less money than competitors blow about J Joseph Dr Hobson will not be in Lancaster until the second Monday in September on account of press of business at home See R M West and get the only Hemp Reaper It does the work well and at small cost July 24tf Property for Sale My house and lot on Water street Lancaster is for sale Terms liberal possession January 1 1903 91902 J E Doores We do not shove off outofdato on our customers We buy at right figures and sell at a reasonable profit Thats why we have been in Lancaster so long J Joseph Well well well We are still sup plying the people with the best and uptodate dry goods dress goods etc at prices that make competition shud der Come in and we will show you J Joseph I will fill your coal house cheap for cash with semicannel or banner Jel lico which is guaranteed to me to be as good as any coal in Jellico district I will make special price on car load lots J T Williams juiy 243m R M West is agent for the celebra ted Osborn Hemp Reaper the only one on the market July 24tf We make no flourish of trumpets but if you want the best dry goods etc that money will buy come to us and you can get them at reasonable prices J Joseph If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say you had no warning you can save cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post office unclaimed week ending July 21st 1002 Mrs Ellen T Anderson G B An derson Kinnie Burdett Mrs Scritda McClouse Mary L Turpin Mary Liz zie Tarpin Lud Taylor Mrs Lizzie YagerIf for say advertised Wm West P M For Fall Plowing Try a Chattanooga Hancock Disc Plow used and endorsed by the follow ing prosperous farmers of Garrard Go Coby Jinkins Gene Brokle R K Swope Curt Robinson Frank Parks R A McYath W B Ruble T B Walker Clay Sutton Tom Moore N Curry R J Easly Sold Guaranteed by Gains Bros Great Attractions at Lexington Elks Fair Greater are to be seen at the Lexington Elks Fair this year August 11 to 16 inclusive than ever before Lodge No 89 B P 0 E has contracted with the celebrated De Kreko Bros Roman Carnival and Ex position Company at St Louis which has been preparing for the Worlds Fair and besides will have Phinneys famous United States band piec es and automobile races every day All of these features are expensive and novel All have been procured at great cost but the Lexington Elks determined to do away with the old midway features and get something new at any price The De Krekos are said to have the greatest show ever given in open air They travel by special train of 12 coaches carry 212 people 26 horses 41 sets of scenery and three military bands MADISON INSTITUTE For Young Ladies J W ItlcGARVEY JR Pre Richmond Kentucky ADVANTAGES THAT XO OTHER FEMALE COLLEGE IN KENTUCKY AFFORDS Beautifully situated in the famous Bluegrass region Has just closed one of the most successful sessions in its history The only female college in the state that keeps a faculty com posed of graduates of the University of Mich Ann Arbor Columbia Uni versity N Y City Vanderbilt Uni versity and others of the worlds greatest institutions with record as nstructors unsurpassed Music de partment exceptionally strong with instructors from the greatest Con servatories Scientific apparatus and general equipment of building first class Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on his travels in Egypt Palestine and almost unknown Good table No fussy teachers Send for our hand some catalogue 14Gt Furncrs ChattaunoogaHancock Notice attractions of32 EuropeSickness CLEARING OUT PRICES ON LOW SHOES Colonials Sandals Blucher Ties Oxfords Theos and Fedoras Theyre all going at prices cut in half PETERS make every one of them Theyre just as rood shoes as they were a month ago just as swell just as snappy just as dainty desirable The only difference is that if we dont sell them quick the season will be over and we shall have to carry them over until next year We wont do it Weve got to lose money on them and well lose it right now If you want to get a chance at a bargain speak quick as there are not so very many of these goods le- ftWARD SYMPSON I We Can Supply Your Every Want r just as t It t It tit It t t It It It It t It t t It t t It t tit It It It t It t to i today s Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER SON Successors to J M Higginbotham Our Portraits are Modern in every sense We are right up with the times and em ploy every valuable improve ment None better can be had anywhere Please pay us a visit and let us convince you Open Tuesday and Friday THE FOX STUDIO Public Square Lancaster Ky I i Ve t f Ii t t MODERN PHOTOGRAPHS t t 2 Guaranteed Linen Collars 25 C il2 The Double Triangle Brand Collars are stylish comfortable The only collar made with a heavy ply seam Sold by up todate merchants everywhere or 2 samples sent prepaid for 25 cents They equal any quarter collar made Merchants should writa for our I9O2 offer and s 1 l i i Bronchitis for Twenty Years Mrs Minerva Smith of Danville writes I had bronchitis for twenty years and never got relief until I used Folcys Honey and Tar which is a sure cure C C and J E Stormes 1m Never let art delude you into be lieving that Cupid represents the na ked truth Dont Fail fo Try This Whenever an honest trial is given to Electric Bitters for any trouble it is recommended for a permanent cure will surely be effected It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the kid neys and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood Its a wonderful tonic for run down systems Electric Bitters posi tively cures Kinney and LiTer Trou bles Stomach Disorders Nervousness Sleeplessness Rheumatism Neuralgia and expels Malaria Satisfaction guar anteed by B E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick Only 50 cents 4 5 DR R GOLDSTM LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY or GILCHER HOTEL Danville Ky Monday and Tuesday Aug 10th llth Dont neglect your eyes your best friend If your eyes trouble you or you suffer from periodical or sick head aches consult Dr Goldstein and get reliefEYES examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store KyFriday czem Psoriasis Salt Tetter amd AcneBelong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that cause more bodily discomfort and worry than all other known diseases The impurities or sediments which collect in the system because of poor digestion inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are taken up y the blood saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin producing an itching and burning and cheerfully endorse your the yellow watery discharge forms as a euro for Eczema I was troubled and sores or little brown with it for 25 years and tried many remedies with no good effects but after and white scabs that drop off leaving using a few ottl03 Of s s s was entire the skin tender and raw The effect ly relieved Wm Campbell of the poison may cause the skin to 313 w Central St Wichita Kan crack and bleed or give it a scaly fishy appearance again the eruptions may consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard red bumps upon the face Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin diseases Washes and powders can only hide for a time the glaring blemishes S S S eradicates all poisonous accumu lations antidotes the Uric and other acids and restores the blood to its wonted purity and stimulates and revitalizes the sluggish organs and the impuri ties pass off through the natural channels and relieve the skin S S S is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood purifier It contains no Arsenic Potash or other harmful mineral Write us about case and our physicians will advise without charge We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases which will be sent free to all who wish it THE SWIFT SPECIF CO Atlanta Ga Rheum I can S S s indescribable into crusts For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc One miner is killed for every 1000 000 tons of coal raised The majority of the natives of India eat only one meal a day Lady Warwick has a peacock which is said to be 100 years old W B Burton sold 150 slice p to vari ous parties at 83 per head A dozen sows and pigs were sold at the stock yards Monday at from 12 to S About 70 per cent of the population of the Klondike are from the United StatesA exchange remarks It is hard to support a sealskin woman on a muskrat salary About 100 cattle were at the stock yards Monday all of which changed hands at prices ranging from 3 to 3J centsBecause she refused to wash a face a native nurse at Hong Kong has been lined 5 for disobedience of lay ful orders Acre once meant any field It is still used with this significance by the Germans who speak of Gods acre al luding to the cemetery Shelby Tcvis of Boyle county has lost 50 hogs by cholera during the last two months Out of a bunch of fine 200 pounders he only has 20 left The Kansas Experiment Station in tests at feeding steers says the saving in feeding corn and cob meal over whole corn was 35 per cent T J Burgess of Scott 1000 lambs in Grant countyand over his contract for 8500 profit without shipping a lamb from that countyScott Hudson broke the racing in Detroit Friday by winning four races every one on the card he cleaned up a cool 840000 with the books besides the purses One of the most richly deserved was that which gave an Ohio man two years in the penitentiary for passing a counterfeit dollar on an old blind peanut peddler- A M Summers of Barren had 28 sheep killed by dugs in a single night The next night he put poison on the carcasses of the sheep and the following morning he found sixteen dead dogs on the premises Mr Norton Fitch threshed off of 100 acres 2400 bushels of wheat an of 24 bushels to the acre lie sold it from the thresher to R A Dodd of Wilmore for 75 cents This is the best yield yet reported Jessamine News Norton J Fitch has for the past 3 years made a splendid average of wheat on 50 acres of ground In 1900 the yield was twenty bushels to the acre in 1001 thirty bushels and in 1 02 twentyfive bushels Jessamine JournalThe country around Jlumboldt Tennessee is devoted almost to raising tomatees and have been shipping north an aver age of three hundred car loads per week for several weeks past A Missouri editor says We expect DOUBTLACK Women who are yet to experience the trialof motherhood and reason with modern intelligence Theories your grandmothers or of the lower should not be pureFashion hanged of living dress andthought need not sufyet she surely if nature is left aloneto mould and give successful issue of the child Friend is asoftening and relaxing liniment for exter a woman finds her self or as soon as fullness and with sickness is evident It relieves the excruciating pain occasioned the strain s t i a turned record sentences county average exclusively growers d advancedisIgnorance andcivilization Fid n will by 35 bab that county bong based the that lurrounde antra Mothera pregnant mor y onthe tend ions of the abdominal muscles A bottle 1100 and is sold all druggists J I costs Our book Motherhood is mailed free THE BRADHELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA GA j 1i ed to have a death and a marriage to report this week but a violent storm prevented the wedding and the doctor b ing sick himself ored and we are accordingly cheated out of both The Treasury Department is pre paring to send to the Treasurer of the State of Kentucky a warrant for 25 000 under authority of the Morrill act of 1890 which provides for an annual appropriation of this sum to be ex pended by agricultural and J cal colleges in each State The highest price ever paid for a suckling cult raised in Robertson was reached Wednesday in the sale of W W Watson of Kcntontown of a suckling bay horse colt 3 monthsold to C D Asbury of Pin hook for 125 cash Mt Olivet Democrat Fifty years ago Mason and Fleming counties were among the leading hemp growing counties of this State and now there is probably not an acre grown in either county There hasnt been an acre grown in this county for probably twelve or fourteen years Flemingsburg TimesDemocrat Chas E Butler has sold for S250 Win P Proctor of Tennessee the young Shorthorn bull Duke of Lyn dale by Sharon Geneva Oth 148248 dam Red Kittie Oth by Sharon Gene Summcr complaint is unusually prevalent among children this season A well developed case in the writers family was cured last week by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one of the best patent medecines and which is always kept on hand at the home of ye scribe This is not intended as a free puff for the company who do not advertise with us but to benefit little who may not be within easy a physician No family should be with out a bottle of this medicine in the house especially in summer time Lansing Iowa Journal For sale by 11 E McRoberts druggist 1m Mr P II Wells the merchant at Deer Park Long Island X Y says I always recommend Chamberlains Pain Balm as the best liniment for strains 1 used it last winter for a se were lameneess in the side resulting from a strain and was greatly pleased with the quick relief and cure it For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m The Same Old Story J A Kelly relates an experience to that which has happened in every neighborhood in theUnited States and has been told and retold by thousand of others He says Last summer I had an attack of dysentery and purchased a bottle of Chember loins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which I used according to directions and with entirely results The trouble was much quicker than former when I used other remedies Mr Kelly is a well known citizen of Henderson N C For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m va 5th Mr Proctor also bought of various Bourbon county farmers 25 red twoyearold graded heifers Bourbon News Simeon Well buyer for Nelson has purchased the following fat cattle Of A L Tipton 51 head of 1 500 Ib exporters at SGG5 of G G and C Hamilton 79 head of 1450 Ib cattle and Ben Wright of Sharps burg 100 head of 1450 Ib cattle at SG 50 These are excellent sales Mt Sterling Gazette The total sales of leaf tobacco on the Louisville market from January 1st to June 30 1002 were 00128 hhds against 107819 hhd sold during period last year The during this period this year were 21384 hhds rejected during period last year The receipts from January 1st to June 30 1002 were 75104 hhd against 82670 hhds during corresponding time last year One of the richest farmers in the Kansas wheat belt is John T Stewart who came to the State five years ago He 50 from a friend rented a quarter section of land in Sumner county and began work Today he is worth 2000000 and his income from wheat in 1901 was 64000 He is known as the wheat king of Kansas There are twentythree millionaires in Kansas fifteen of whom are farmers living on farms and running them as an investment j v ll ii I I the p ti nt I county precinct Tribune manufactured acres The nest Liniment for Sprains effected au similar almost satisfactory controlled attacks Morris at 665 corresponding rejections corresponding total received P 0 o 1 roc mocha suffei borrowed Y o C A Rubin boiurhfc of Mrs Sorrisa good at Hc Rev Win Staliiugs returned Satur day from Perry ville where he has been assisting in a meeting All families having friends and rela Lives buried in the Fork Cemetery are rcqutstecl to meet Saturday Aug 2d and help clean the graves gild ground Miss Meek Kemper who has beet in Louisville for some time at the Hospital died July 28 She was a good Christian a member of the Forks of Dix River Baptist Church She has many friends and relatives in this community who mourn her loss appropriate services by her pastor Rev Stallings her remains were laid to rest in the Fork Cemetery Wed nesday July 30 at 230 oclock Little Miss Katie Miller Yeager is spending several weeks with relatives in Mt Yernon Several from here attended the at Crab Orchard Mr N II wife attended the Camp meeting at High Bridge Sunday Miss Elza Logan of Mitch ellsburg spent a few days last week with Misses Lee Herring Misses Jennie and Sallie Swope returned Saturday from a several weeks visit to relatives in Casey Mr A J Rice and wife and little son and sister Miss Ethel Carmen ofllub ble attended church at the Fork Sun day and dined with John Simpson and family Mr Alex West wife and daughter spent Sunday in Nichols ville Mrs Catharine Aldridge of Lancaster is spending several days with relatives here Mr J R den and wife and Mr Fred Kemper wife and little son Wilhird of Lan caster spent Sunday with II D Ald ridge and family Man And say someother salve ointment lotion oil or alleged healer good as BucklensArnica Salve tell him thirty years of Boils Bruises and Skin Eruptions prove its the best and cheapest 25c at E McRoberts Lancaster Fish drug Store Paint Lick 1m Dont u row in orchards or forests whillletrees pimples greasy faces and muddy complexions which are so common among women especially girls at a certain age destroying beau ty disfiguring and making repulsive features which would otherwise ap pear attractive and refined indicate that the liver is out of order An oc casional does of Herbiue will cleanse the bowels regulate the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion 50c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m We cant see the use of it a r Mothers Always Keep It Ilamly mother suffered a long time from distressing pains and general ill due primarily to indigestion Verona Mo Two years ago Sot to try Kodol She grew better at once and now at the age of seventysix eats anything she wants remarking that she fears no bad effects as she has her bottle of Kodol handy Dont waste time doc toning symptoms Go after the cause If your stomach is sound your health will be good Kodol rests the stomach and strengthens the body by digesting your food It is natures own tonic 1m A safe combinationI I am nsing a bx of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets and find them the best thing for my stomach I ever used says T W Robinson tice of the Peace Loomis Mich These Tablets not only correct dis ordergof the stomach but regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents per box For sale R E Mc Roberts druggist 1m Are the mermaids gossips You know they carry tails Cut this out and take it to R E Mc Roberts Drug Store and get a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tat lets The best physic They also cor rett disorders of the stomach Price 25 cents 1m In whist You cheated is often a trumpedup charge No False Claims The proprietors of Foleys Honey and Tar do notadvertise this as a sure cure for consumption They do not claim to it will cure this dread com cure curlier stages and never fails to give comfort and relief in the worst cases Foleys Honey and Tar is without doubt the greatest throat and lung remedy Refuse substitutes C C and J E Stormes 1m The Bill Posters union is up for its rights Ncetl More Help j Often the overtaxed organs of cry out for help by Dyspepsias pains Nausea Dizziness Headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings NcwLifePills They are gentle thorough and guaranteed to cure 25c at R MRRohfirts Lancaster Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m The worst part of getting married oftentimes is a divorce Two Bottles Cured Him I was troubled with kidney com plaint for about two years writes A H Davis of Mt Sterling la but two bottles of Foleys Kjdney Cure a permanent cure C C and E Stormes 1m u LUUSla1nY I S A I After no Sallie and Lie To rOt marvelous cures ofPiles Burns Corns clons Ulcers Cu tSScalds Co Repulsive Features toBlackheads i IilTy ofhealth says W Spalding I her In guardits n Jus by poda digestion E Fish effected lit ifcr Fair Has Ira mass It- SC G C only sticking elk Colds are sometimes more trouble some in summer thrjn in winter it hard to keep from adding lo thcin while cooling off after exercise One Minute Cough Cure cures at once Ab safe Acts immediately Sure cure for coughs colds croup throat and lung troubles A man never loves with his reason and a woman never reasons with her love Iolsoniiiff Tho System It is through the bowels that the body is cleansed of impurities keeps these poisons in the sys tem causing headache dullness and melanchollia at first then unsightly eruptions and finally serious illness unless a remedy is applied DeWitts Little Early Risers prevent this trou by stimulating the liver and pro mote easy healthy action of the bowels These little pills do not act violently but by strengthening the bowels enable them to perform their own work Never gripe or distress Sufficient to cause an uprising a hat pin vocation I Vacation time is here and the are fairly living out doors There could be no healthier place for them You need only to guard against the accidents incidental to most open air sports No remedy equals DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for quickly stop ping pain or removing danger of ser ious consequences For cuts scalds and wounds I have used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for sores cuts and bruises says L B Johnson Swift Tex It is the best remedy on the market Sure cure for piles and skin diseases Beware of counterfeits Beauty does not disdain to borrow the homely womans hair Tim Perfect Liver Medicine Mrs M A Jolley Noble O T writes I have used Herbine for a number of years and can cheerfully recommend it as the moss perfect er medicine and the greatest blood purifier It is a medicine ot positive merit and fully accomplishes all that is claimed for it Malaria cannot find a lodgment in the system while the liver is in perfect order for one of its functions is to prevent the of fever producing poisons Her bine is a most efficient liver regulator 50c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Day in and day evening The Kogs Worm Medicine II P Kumpe Druggist Ala writes One of my customers had a child which was sick and threw up all food could retain nothing on its stomach He bought one bottle of Whites Cream Arermifuge and it brought up 119 worms from the child Its the boss worm medicine in the world Whites Cream Vermifuge is also the cbildrens tonic It improves their digestion and assimilation of food strengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood 25c at R E Druggist 1m Even the moonfaced boy is after all a son Cures Sciatica Rev W L Riley L L D Cuba New York writes After fifteen days of excruciating pain from sciatic under various treatments I was induced to try Ballards Snow Liniment the first application giving my first relief and the second entire relief I can give it unqualified 25c 50c and 100 at P E McRoberts Druggist 1m The more men a girl lets make to her the more certain she is not get married Saves a Womans To have given up would have meant death for Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorches ter Mass For years she had endured untold misery from a severe lung trou ble and obstinate cough Often she writes I could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak All doc tors and remedies failed till I used Dr Kings New Discovery forConsumption and was completely cured Sufferers from Coughs Colds Throat and Lung Trouble need this grand remedy for it never disappoints Cure is guaranteed by R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free 1m t J JlIl1l1ce1ntely Constipation tie Ufo II children Ii absorption outmorning u Lei rheumatism recommendation a LIfe sol Acts utely am McRobe to 4 ton its veto 1 News Notes Most Important Events o the Day Boiled Down to Readable Shape Items Irom Everywhere King Edward is reported much better but he is nut yet able to walk or stand A J Tweedie chief engineer of tin Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum was removed Redwine Soldiers from the North East vhu fought in the war against Spain have filed thousands ofapplications for pen sions The Rev Stephen L Baldwin D D reversing secretary of the Missionary Society of the M E church died in BrooklynW of Livingston county says he will be a candidate to succeed Circuit Judge Nunn recently for Appellate Judge Appellate Judge ORear injunction granted by Circuit Judge Parker in the ReaganMarshall Chief of Police muddle at Lexington The Louisville Railway Company is putting electric heaters and vestibules on its street cars and the work is be ing done by Louisville mechanics Commissioner Moses of the of Instruction in the oreparing to organize a college in Manila for the training of Filipino teachers A man who tried to win a womans confidence at Seattle Wash by de claring he was Harry Tracy the out law was beaten almost to death by po lice before his deception was Gen Fitzhugh Lee said in Indianap olis that he believed the crisis in affairs was on and that if the new Government proved a failure the is land must become either a part of the United States or a dependency of this country In the elocutionary contest held at Nicholasville Friday Night Miss Jul iette Clyde Burke of Danville won first prize a diamond brooch Miss Louise White of Walnut Hills won the second prize a gold medal There were seven contestants Time judges were the Hon Lillard II Carter Paul Harris of Chicago and Miss Marilee Evans of Versailles IT WILL RIGHT j YOUR LAMDRY WORK J TO US We defy any competitor 1 to turn out more satisfac tory work than ours 4 PROMPTNESS j GOOD WORK 1 GENERAL SATISFACTION I We make a specialty of y Family Washing this de Y partment being under the y sole charge of ladies y Danville Steam Laundry 1 SMITH CURREY Agents f Lancaster Ky J Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and is the latest discovereddigest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Nausea Sick Headache all other results ofimperfect digestion Pricesoc and 1 Largesize contains 2H times smallsize Book dyspepsia mailed res Prepared by E C OtWITT A CO CblcaflO lrl r e p t1 t l 1 by Supt dissolved- an Department Philippines- is Cuban U YOU SEKD reconstructing t i lobe nominated discovered s G 5m organs and C O ROUTE POPULAR EXCURSIONS OLD POINT COMFORT OCEAN VIEW VA TICKETS GOOD RETURNING FIFTEEN DAYS TICKETS WILL BE SOLD JULY 15 AND 29 AUG 19 AND SEPT 2 Ticket Ollice Phoenix Hotel 13DD RDUNH TRIP JOHN D POTTS A G P A GEO W BARNEY D P A TO AND SleepersStopover t l 1 l IF YOUR COLLARS COULD TALK howthey would groan when the life is crushed out of them by high pressure machinery Our work is ironed by pressure machinery which pro longs the life ofthe linen months also produces a that is not excelled in any city A card or phone win brin a wagon M N LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kemickv many fiui4 ll S First Class Painting Having located in Lancaster I am prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING of workPAPER HANGING done on short notice elegant samples on hand C H GOODSON Shop adjoining Thompsons store 103irv HH experience Was one of her liusUir gifts to her in the early days of vcIc She used to delight in his trill n 1 flourishes and think with Riley thai The twitter of the critter pearcJ to x lutcK glit bird away where I cim hear T makes me too nervous tel nyiii It is a sad thing for vomun nh u become a prey to icxs n the song of the bird or liia l children seems to shock tli m in ev fiber Yet this condition is i very coi nion one ami i icTi r lly rii t womanly discas vlii h ii Io vly m dermining the strength Dr Pierces Favorite Prescript cures nervousness and other ills ani aches that are the result of woman diseases It establishes regularity Iru unhealthy drains heals inflammat ion and ulceration and cures female weakness For two years I had been a sufferer from female weakness trouble writes Mrs J Muschiuski of Marathon Marathon Co Wis r Was so weak that I could do tx work Was nervous felt Iov nhearted and had but little hope for recovery I wrote to yon for advice and advises me to take Medical I taking six bottles of favorite Pre scription five of Golden Medical iris my troubles left me and I feel like a new person Sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All is strictly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pellets are pleasant to take A most effective laxative 7 Icio Ii iL 3 i itoIilL 1 I of 14 tt anduterine J YOU Dr Pierres Favorite Prescription antI GrtIen 1 hi andafter ij1 i1 j Pierces Qa r vvx yr- a O i i ii 1 vet r cover f correspondence Aetna Queen Piilitimc i National Jfartfoni- Coniictlciil German American Pheiiix ol Brooklyn 3Iihvaukee 3Ierchiuts New York Underwriters Liverpool London Uldhe North I ritish 3i rciutiitto li nliiI ISh IhIi Repr SCRtiU Companies gtna Life Ins Go gr q- INSURANCE Iiilb 5 t a1rt i LEAVELL President 3 SL ROBINSON Vice Pres ORGANIZED 1883 mmn NATIONAL j CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 5HMM B F HUDSOX Cashier W O PtioxKV Asst Cashr f Business Solicited C D VUCKK Bookkeeper f Prompt and Careful Alteftlffin DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F J J Walker T if Arnold t 00 x ff I LEWIS Y i The ANK i Of LANCASTER IlT S 1 E I KY j 4G C C axe s 3 J CMe r i Ks 3 C J 00 TO POULTRY RAISERS r KOYAL POULTRY MiXTUiK antre i iur holcra and K mi and a Ton rtvrfal eir pnxliuvr RoYAL LIrE KILrFU the greatest iiis ct l roy r known Try thrum That the test Agent Tail on or i JdreM Ari Siuitb General Agent l cater XT 7Vi i 7 S BEAZLEY uvtrr Kinnairii opf o site rrvsf yt rin rlmrrh street J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KAT honey tu loan at 5 per cent on rood estate mortgages r ere ntH r I I1n ill a ro s wanted yak DEN TTBT l The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURILUS A R DEXXV President JOHX E STOKMES Vice PstS C DEXXY Cashier 03 J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry 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